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Central African Republic: Is this what our soldiers died for?
Central African Republic: Is this what our soldiers died for?
CAR: How Bozizé lost his piece of Africa
CAR: How Bozizé lost his piece of Africa
'Zero tolerance' for Bangui looters after CAR coup
'Zero tolerance' for Bangui looters after CAR coup
CAR: Timely warnings were ignored
CAR: Timely warnings were ignored

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Presidency: No contradiction between Zuma and Motlanthe on CAR
Presidency: No contradiction between Zuma and Motlanthe on CAR
Government has sought to clarify the apparent contradiction on whether it's ready to send troops to the Central African Republic or not.
Who wants SA back in Bangui?
Who wants SA back in Bangui?
Zuma seems to be angling for the redeployment of the defence force to the Central African Republic, writes David Smith.
Shop shelves in Bangui filled with imports
Shop shelves in Bangui filled with imports
The coup in the Central African Republic has left devastation in its wake, with production in the country almost at a standstill.
CAR's criminal soldiers 'out of control'
CAR's criminal soldiers 'out of control'
"Out of control elements" is how locals are referring to those responsible for the acts of violence that are keeping people off the CAR's streets.
Human skeletons found beneath Bozizé's CAR home
Human skeletons found beneath Bozizé's CAR home
Looters of deposed Central African Republic president François Bozizé's home have come across two human skeletons beneath the garage floor.
CAR: Did Zuma defy the Constitution?
CAR: Did Zuma defy the Constitution?
Did President Jacob Zuma flout his constitutional obligations when he deployed South African troops to the Central African Republic?
The forgotten: Humanitarian crisis unfolds in CAR
The forgotten: Humanitarian crisis unfolds in CAR
The humanitarian emergency in the Central African Republic worsens daily as security in much of the country remains elusive.
SA to send troops to join UN mission in DRC
SA to send troops to join UN mission in DRC
South Africa will send troops to the DRC as part of a UN mission to neutralise armed groups in the conflict-torn east of the country.
Urgent humanitarian aid needed in post-coup CAR
Urgent humanitarian aid needed in post-coup CAR
Less than two weeks after the rebel coup in the CAR, the humanitarian situation has deteriorated, leaving civilians in critical need of aid.
Dirco: SA wasn't forced to pull out of CAR
Dirco: SA wasn't forced to pull out of CAR
South Africa took a unilateral decision to remove SANDF troops from the CAR and was not pressured into doing so, according to the government.

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